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'Earth will have 15 minutes to protect electronics' - EMP's
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[quote:TapeWorm:MV8yMTM1Njc3XzM2Mjc5MzI2Xzc3M0I4NjYz] MASSIVE SUNSPOT RAPIDLY FORMING (WEATHER.COM) A giant sunspot that’s at least six times the diameter of Earth has formed on the sun in less than 48 hours, according to NASA. Sunspots form when the sun’s magnetic fields rearrange and realign. They tend to be unstable andcan lead to solar flares. According to a news release, scientists from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory watched the sunspot rapidly grow on February 19 and 20. The agency says it could even be larger than six times the diameter of Earth “since the spot lies on a sphere not a flat disk.” Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/02/massive-sunspot-rapidly-forming/?cat_orig=world [/quote]
'Earth will have 15 minutes to protect electronics'
WASHINGTON – Scientists around the globe are joining those in the United States in becoming alarmed at the possibility of a plasma cloud from a solar superstorm that could wipe out vast electronics networks, because they say Earth would have only a notice of about 15 minutes.
Today there were several media outlets putting out this message... one needs to wonder why?
Representative list is here.
link to beyondprophecy.blogspot.ca
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